Computer viruses: a high-tech disease

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Abacus, 1988 - Computers - 276 pages
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This work starts with a short history of computer viruses, and describes how a virus can take hold of a PC. Also includes information on the creation and removal of computer viruses plus several rudimentary programs that demonstrate some of the ways a virus infects a PC.

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User Review  - PghDragonMan - LibraryThing

Very elementary and very dated. This is suggested reading of you are in the computer security field and need to become acquainted with basic virus terminology, what a computer virus is or elementary ... Read full review

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Awesome book for it's day. My introduction to both viruses and x86 machine/assembly language.


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